Introducing Gina Adams who has been researching her Ojibwe and Lithuanian heritages. She was inspired by memories of her grandmother and aunts always compulsively making lace, needlework, and crochet afghans, and her grandfather making beadwork. This body of work commemorates these amazing handcrafts. See more below...
Here is a piece showing a new process -- these are etched into tablets of encaustic wax, and the lines filled with oil paint. The process is similar to how one would create an etching plate, but without the printing onto paper.
I came across Gina's work at a Maine Cottage shop in Yarmouth, ME. I was particularly struck by her “Nana’s Wackies” pieces on display in the shop. You can see these charmers on her website. Please contact the artist directly via email for inquiries about the works featured here. Thank you Gina!
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